Monthly Archives: July 2013

Black Elites and the Draft Riots

So last week marked the 150th anniversary of the New York City Draft Riots. These cataclysmic events however went unnoticed generally, which is too bad. I was curious about what would be said but I should have know that the … Continue reading

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The bitter price of fame on the internet

So my book is causing controversy, mostly among the unknown person’s with various handles, who can hide behind anonymity to say often outrageous things on the internet. They get some standing by those who read them so I do not … Continue reading

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Internet debates on Lincoln

  I just came across this article in the Catholic Herald entitled, “No, the Jesuits didn’t kill Abraham Lincoln: The Society of Jesus has inspired some of the most bizarre conspiracy theories you will ever read.” By Jonathan Wright on … Continue reading

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Battle of Gettysburg 150 years later

  Gettysburg National Military Park is now the midst of the commemoration of the sesquicentennial anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg. It has been a 150 years since, as I pointed out in my book, the Army of the Potomac, … Continue reading

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